Organization : Coram International
Type : Other / อื่นๆ
Date : 2 Oct 2017
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Deadline : 6 / October / 2017
TERMS OF REFERENCE: QUANTITATIVE BASELINE DATA COLLECTION FOR SPECIFIC INDICATORS RELATED TO THE THAILAND CHILD PROTECTION SYSTEM
From: Coram International Position: Data Collector, Child Protection Assessment
Type of contract: Fixed term contract
Closing date for applications: 6th October2017
Background to the assignment Coram International is implementing a baseline assessment of specific indicators related to the Thailand Child Protection System for UNICEF. The assessment is taking place in 95 subdistricts within 21 Provinces across Thailand: Phayao, Chiangmai, Kamphengpetch, Phitsanulok, Udon Thani, Ubon Ratchathani, Kalasin, Roi-et, Supanburi, Nakhonpathom, Singburi, Chonburi, Chantaburi, Kanchanaburi, Ratchaburi, Trang, Ranong, Chumporn, Songkla, Pang Nga, Nakorn Srithammarat.
The purpose of the baseline assessment is to collect data related to the functioning of the child protection system and coordination of services in Thailand. Data will be collected in relation to a number of specific indicators, which will provide a baseline for measuring future progress.
The specific indicators across which data will be collected are as follows:
1. The percentage of children identified as either ‘at risk of’ or exposed to violence (in the previous year) who received appropriate child protection services;
2. The percentage of provinces that apply standard case management procedures;
3. The percentage of provincial child protection committees that had a child protection annual work plan and data collection system in the previous fiscal year.
Scope of work Enumerators will be responsible for the following tasks:
• Task 1: Attending a week of training in Bangkok on the data collection methodology and tools
• Task 2: Collecting data across 8-10 subdistricts, including:
o Administering oral surveys and filling out a standardised survey questionnaire;
o Reviewing files and record keeping on child protection cases and filling out a standardised ‘index/ checklist/ assessment’ tool
o Entering data into an excel sheet
o Delivering completed surveys and assessment tools to the Coram International team Competency and the expected requirements
• At least undergraduate degree in a related subject, preferably social work or child related studies;
• Knowledge and understanding of how to administer a survey;
• Willingness to travel to different regions/ subdistricts across Thailand as required (specific locations to be confirmed);
• Flexible and open minded approach to solving problems and completing tasks;
• Strong organisational skills; • Excellent inter-personal and communication skills;
• Computer skills (especially email and Microsoft Office);
• Fluent in Thai and be able to communicate in English
• Previous experience working in the field of child protection
• Previous experience working for an international NGO or other international agency;
• Fluency in English
• Previous experience administering surveys;
• Previous experience working with children; Deliverables Enumerators will be required to meet the following deliverables:
• Schedule/list of survey participants accessed;
• Completed survey forms;
• Completed index/ checklist/ assessment forms;
• Excell sheet with entered data.
Remuneration and other expenses: Fixed rate of $50 USD per day, including DSA. Fees will only be paid for working days.All costs associated with transport for field research will be covered separately by Coram International.
Time frame: Task 1 (Training): 30th October – 3rd November, location: Bangkok
Task 2 (Data collection): 6th November – max. 17th November (roughly 10-15 working days, TBC)
How to apply: Please send a brief cover letter and CV by 6th October, 2017 to Haruethai Buakhiao at firstname.lastname@example.org, and Elizabeth Yarrow at email@example.com.
Please mention ‘Application for the position of Data Collector’ in the subject line. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Child Protection & Data Protection Policies: The individual must comply with the child Protection Policy and Data Protection Policy of Coram International. Any violation of these rules will result in immediate termination of any contract agreement, and other appropriate action as required.
Contact : firstname.lastname@example.org